New Position of Director of Communications

Christ the King Lutheran Church welcomes applications for its new position of Director of Communications. Experience in print journalism, public relations, design, social media, and videography production required. This is a full-time position with benefits. Apply by emailing a package with (1) a cover letter describing interest and background, (2) resume, and (3) portfolio of work samples. The position description is available on request to, to which further questions also may be directed.  Christ the King Church looks to fill this position as soon as possible.

Ash Wednesday

Ash Wednesday, our launch into Lent, is not only about sacrifice and surely not about pretended humility. Ash Wednesday grows in popularity with non-institutionally religious people because it is honest about our limits and our mortality.  Honest Christian faith affirms Lent as a time again to “live trustingly in the skin God gave us.” Living so honestly and thus so fully, we’ll also gladly receive what God gives after! Join us, then, on Ash Wednesday and through Lent, as we reflect anew on the meaning of trust.

Christ the King Facebook Page

Christ the King YouTube – Ash Wednesday service

Ash Wednesday Bulletin

Ash Wednesday – Taking Faith Home

Sunday Forum Series: 75 Years – How It all Began

Looking Down History Lane of Christ the King
Sunday, November 15 at 10:00 a.m.
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Dr. John Boles will cap off this look down our own history lane with an review of Houston in the fall of 1945 including local and global events of the time.
These Sunday Forums will be recorded and be available upon request.

September Mission Offering: The Lutheran Church of Peru

La Iglesia Luterana de Peru, IL-P (The Lutheran Church of Peru), a member of the Lutheran World Federation, is comprised of over a dozen congregations and several mission starts (faith communities). Our congregation established a companion relationship with four congregations/faith communities in Trujillo, in 2010. As you might imagine, Peru has been hit hard by Covid-19. Continue reading